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Catherine Anthony Clark (1892—1977)

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Catherine Bauer Wurster (1905—1964)

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(Catherine) Betty Abigail Behrens (1904—1989) historian

Catherine Booth (1829—1890) evangelist and writer

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Catherine Bott (b. 1952)

Catherine Bowler

Catherine Bramwell Booth (1883—1987) Salvation Army officer

Catherine Brighton (b. 1943)


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A novel by Thackeray, published serially in Fraser's Magazine, 1839–40.

Thackeray took the outline of the story of the murderess Catherine Hayes from the Newgate Calendar, and deliberately made his novel as grim and sordid as possible, in reaction against the popular ‘Newgate novels’ of Bulwer‐Lytton, Ainsworth, and others.

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